There is a tremendous opportunity to make disciples among the Hispanic community right here in North Carolina, and here are several resources and opportunities to assist you.
The upcoming One Day training and equipping event isn’t just for pastors. The event is designed for anyone involved in church ministry, and that means you!
Join Embrace Women’s Missions and Ministries on this year's mission trip to Boston, scheduled for Sept. 10-13. Applications for the trip are due by Friday, May 1.
Sometimes we fail to see Easter as an opportunity to make disciples because we assume everyone knows the meaning of this holy day. Here are some ideas on how to make disciples during Easter.
Regional training events help equip believers to share their faith using the biblical themes of creation, fall, rescue and restoration. Register for an event near you today!
Check out the archived video messages that Ed Stetzer, Afshin Ziafat and Robby Gallaty shared during the 2015 One Story Disciple-Making conference, held Feb. 23.
Scheduled for Saturday, March 28 at Old Town Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, the event will allow ministers’ wives to draw strength from one another.
Receive training in virtually every aspect of church ministry at the One Day event, scheduled for Saturday, May 2 at Green Street Baptist Church in High Point. Make plans now to attend.
Join BSCNC Executive Dircector-Treasurer Milton Hollifield and other Southern Baptists in a week of focused prayer for North American missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.
Sometimes we can all fall into the trap of serving God out of a sense of duty rather than a sense of joy, writes Milton A. Hollifield, Jr.
Easter can be an even greater celebration by experiencing Lent. If you've never celebrated Lent before, Kenny Lamm offers some thoughts and practical advice to consider.
Attend the One Story Disciple-Making Conference on Feb. 23 to learn how your story can make a difference in a dark world, writes Milton A. Hollifield, Jr.
Make plans now to attend the One Story Disciple-Making Conference on Monday, Feb. 23 at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.
We often set goals for many areas of our lives, yet few people make any commitments to grow spiritually. Here are six steps to developing a spiritual growth plan for 2015.
Attendees at the 2014 Pastor's Conference, held prior to the Annual Meeting in Greensboro, heard from eight speakers who preached on the theme "The Pursuit," based on 1 Timothy 6:11.
In an earlier article I wrote briefly of the experience of a group of North Carolina Baptists that travelled to the 74th Annual Black Hills Motor Classic, also known as Sturgis. The...
“You’re doing what?” was the response I got from most everyone I told as I shared the news that I was planning to ride my motorcycle to the 74th Annual Black Hills Motor Classic, also known...
Every summer, nearly 7,000 youth from across North Carolina attend one of seven summer youth weeks at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell, sponsored by the Baptist State...
Two graduation services in June show how Fruitland Baptist Bible College is expanding its satellite centers to equip even more church leaders across North Carolina. In a June 6 graduation...
Two years after Fruitland launched a satellite teaching center in Rocky Mount, 15 people have completed their courses. Thirteen of them made the six-hour trip to Hendersonville for...